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Usability engineering
  • J. Nielsen
  • Computer Science
  • The Computer Science and Engineering Handbook
  • 1997
This book provides an excellent guide to the methods of usability engineering for software developers. Expand
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Heuristic evaluation
• Heuristic Evaluation – Nielsen & Molich (1990) CHI Proceedings – Based upon empirical article Molich & Nielsen ( 1990) (in readings) – Inspection of a prototype or finished system to identify all changes necessary to optimize human performance and preference – Evaluators use a set of guidelines or general principle • hence term: heuristics. Expand
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Heuristic evaluation of user interfaces
Heuristic evaluation is an informal method of usability analysis where a number of evaluators are presented with an interface design and asked to comment on it. Expand
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Usability inspection methods
Usability inspection is the generic name for a set of costeffective ways of evaluating user interfaces to find usability problems. Expand
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Designing Web Usability: The Practice of Simplicity
From the Publisher: Can you afford to be less knowledgable than your competitors? Over 100,000 Internet professionals around the world have already bought this book. Users experience the usabilityExpand
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Enhancing the explanatory power of usability heuristics
We present a new set of usability heuristics based on a database of existing usability problems drawn from a variety of projects. Expand
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Designing web usability
Preface. 1. Introduction: Why Web Usability? 2. Future Predictions: The Only Web Constant Is Change. 3. Content Design. 4. Page Design. 5. Site Design. 6. Intranet Design. 7. Accessibility for Users with Disabilities. 8. International Use: Serving A Global Audience. 9. Conclusion: Simplicity in Web Design. Expand
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How to Conduct a Heuristic Evaluation
A study of what causes usability inspection methods to be used and why they are used. Expand
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Improving a human-computer dialogue
A survey of seventy-seven highly motivated industrial designers and programmers indicates that the identification of specific, potential problems in a human-computer dialogue design is difficult. Expand
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The usability engineering life cycle
A practical usability engineering process that can be incorporated into the software product development process to ensure the usability of interactive computer products is presented. Expand
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